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Post-Roe America Needs a Forward-Looking Church
Post-Roe America Needs a Forward-Looking Church
The way pro-life Christians care for vulnerable women and children testifies about the coming kingdom.
Archaeologists Uncover First-Known Depictions of Jael and Deborah
Archaeologists Uncover First-Known Depictions of Jael and Deborah
The ancient mosaics, identified by the biblical heroine’s telltale tent stake, were discovered during a synagogue excavation in Galilee.
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Set your goals. Grow your church.
Search Firm: No Systemic Abuse at Saddleback Successor’s Former Church
Search Firm: No Systemic Abuse at Saddleback Successor’s Former Church
Elders stand by incoming pastor Andy Wood after follow-up review.
The Pro-Life Conviction of the Hodge Brothers
The Pro-Life Conviction of the Hodge Brothers
Experiencing death led Hugh and Charles Hodge to fight for the unborn, using science and systematic theology.
Missionary Pilots Fly Endangered Gazelles to Safety
Missionary Pilots Fly Endangered Gazelles to Safety
Christian group works with conservationists in Chad to help antelope on the brink of extinction.
When Can a Ministry Count as a Church?
When Can a Ministry Count as a Church?
In the case of the Family Research Council, it depends on if you ask the IRS or the US Religion Census.
Listener Questions on Abortion, Salvation, and Virtual Church
The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 23|1 hr
Listener Questions on Abortion, Salvation, and Virtual Church
Russell Moore engages with pressing topics.
The Masculinity Debate Needs Johnny Cash
The Masculinity Debate Needs Johnny Cash
America’s young men are disaffected and lonely. But lack of manliness is not the problem.
Evangelical Covenant Church’s First Female President Likes a Challenge
Evangelical Covenant Church’s First Female President Likes a Challenge
Tammy Swanson-Draheim speaks to CT about the mission ahead for the diverse denomination.
The British Are Coming: UK Takes Religious Freedom Torch from US
The British Are Coming: UK Takes Religious Freedom Torch from US
London ministerial and DC summit highlight trans-Atlantic commitment by governments and NGOs to freedom of religion or belief.
Can Prayer Breakfasts Change Politics? UK Resignations Suggest Yes.
Can Prayer Breakfasts Change Politics? UK Resignations Suggest Yes.
Days before UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and 50 other politicians in the Conservative Party stepped down, they’d gathered to pray.
Anglicans Lose 14 Properties in South Carolina Court Battle
Anglicans Lose 14 Properties in South Carolina Court Battle
And other brief news from Christians around the world.
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The Unexpected Parenting Comfort of Ecclesiastes
The Unexpected Parenting Comfort of Ecclesiastes
When the world calls everything unprecedented, God’s provision remains unchanging.
‘Domestic Abuse Was Worse than Death Row’
‘Domestic Abuse Was Worse than Death Row’
Naghmeh Panahi and Mariam Ibraheem came together when the leaders that fought for escape from persecution failed to help them escape from domestic violence.
Our May/June Issue: The Cold Wind of Ministry
Our May/June Issue: The Cold Wind of Ministry
Do we know what our pastors are up against?
Adam’s Aloneness Wasn’t Just His Singlehood
Adam’s Aloneness Wasn’t Just His Singlehood
The Bible points to a deeper truth—that it is not good for us to be isolated from community.
Southern Baptists Decry Forced Conversions
Native American Pastor Leads Southern Baptists to Decry Forced Conversions
“Burdened and broken” by the federal investigation into Indian boarding schools, Mike Keahbone drafted the denomination’s first resolution in support of native peoples.
The Surge in Arab Seminary Studies
The Surge in Arab Seminary Studies
Unlike many American counterparts, evangelical institutions in Egypt, Jordan, and Palestine enjoy an influx of students as they serve beyond their ivory towers.
The Dark History of Abortion Doctors
The Dark History of Abortion Doctors
To reach pro-choice frontliners, pro-life advocates must understand their motives.
National Tragedies Still Call Forth Sermons. But Their Tone Has Changed.
National Tragedies Still Call Forth Sermons. But Their Tone Has Changed.
A new history argues that Protestant ministers have traded prophetic introspection for triumphalist civil religion.
Lawsuit Alleges Christian Foundation Engaged in Self-Dealing
Lawsuit Alleges Billionaire’s Christian Foundation Engaged in Self-Dealing
A former director of Bill Hwang’s investment firm, seeking millions in compensation, said Grace and Mercy was used as a financial “escape pod.”
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5 Books for Getting to Know the Desert Fathers and Mothers
5 Books for Getting to Know the Desert Fathers and Mothers
Chosen by Andrew Arndt, author of “Streams in the Wasteland: Finding Spiritual Renewal with the Desert Fathers and Mothers.”
Could Roe’s Reversal Slow Global Trends to Legalize Abortion?
Could Roe’s Reversal Slow Global Trends to Legalize Abortion?
Evangelical advocates abroad hold out hope that America’s shift on abortion sets a new standard.
Christina Edmondson: How to Stop Feeling ‘Othered’
Viral JesusEpisode 38|48min
Christina Edmondson: How to Stop Feeling ‘Othered’
Effective intercultural ministry means coming to terms with your own cultural identity.
New York Shuts Down Embattled Olivet University Campus
New York Shuts Down Embattled Olivet University Campus
After a money laundering case and dozens of lawsuits, the Christian college founded by David Jang is under new scrutiny from Christian accreditors.
Pastors in Pain, Christ Can Redeem Your Suffering
Pastors in Pain, Christ Can Redeem Your Suffering
After many difficult years in ministry, I lost the strength to pastor. But Christ met me in weakness.
Charlie Dates Returns to the Chicago Church that Shaped Him
Charlie Dates Returns to the Chicago Church that Shaped Him
While continuing to lead Progressive Baptist, the 41-year-old pastor was named the successor to James Meeks at Salem Baptist Church, one of the city’s biggest congregations.
What Should We Do If Our Compassion Runs Out?
What Should We Do If Our Compassion Runs Out?
1 in 7 of my medical patients dies. But I don’t want to stop grieving or hoping.
The Pro-Life Movement Faces Blue State Backlash
The Pro-Life Movement Faces Blue State Backlash
As the national pro-life movement celebrated, activists opposing abortion in blue states watched years of setbacks happen in a few days. Still, they are finding different ways of winning.
Bonus Episode: A Conversation with Tim Keller
The Rise and Fall of Mars HillEpisode 16|1 hr 2min
Bonus Episode: A Conversation with Tim Keller
Mike Cosper sits down with Tim Keller for reflections on leadership, the trouble with networks, and the essential need for communion with God.
Panel: No More Canadian Chaplains Who Believe in Conversion, Male Leadership
Advisory Panel: No More Canadian Military Chaplains Who Believe in Conversion, Male Leadership
Evangelicals object to “extremely troubling” proposal that would exclude many religious groups.
Fewer Churches Put Patriotism on Display for July 4
Fewer Churches Put Patriotism on Display for July 4
Though two-thirds are OK with flying the flag year-round, pastors have become more divided over Independence Day celebrations since 2016.
A Patriotism of Compassion, Not Pomp and Glory
A Patriotism of Compassion, Not Pomp and Glory
Richard Mouw reflects on the moral and spiritual work of loving your country.
I Was Pro-Life In Theory. It Took Much More to Actually Help.
I Was Pro-Life In Theory. It Took Much More to Actually Help.
Our convictions, when lived out, will cost us.
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Top Story July 14, 2022

The Pro-Life Conviction of the Hodge Brothers
The Pro-Life Conviction of the Hodge Brothers
Experiencing death led Hugh and Charles Hodge to fight for the unborn, using science and systematic theology.

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